her face earned her the mockery of her husband Thibault Garcia

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Jessica Thivenin : son visage lui vaut les moqueries de son mari Thibault Garcia

After joining their loved ones for the end of year celebrations in the south of France, Jessica Thivenin and Thibault Garcia have returned to Dubai. They have thus found their daily life as influencers, willingly sharing moments of their life as young parents on social networks.

Thibault Garcia and Jessica Thivenin with family @Instagram
Thibault Garcia and Jessica Thivenin with family @Instagram

Thibault Garcia mocking

This Wednesday, January 11, the Marseillaise informed her community on Snapchat that she was going to her beautician for take care of your eyebrows. Only, once back home, her husband made her understand in his own way that the result was not as expected:

Show me your eyebrows. I love it when you look like the Grinch like that… When you come back with your black eyebrows.

Thibault threw him, amused, before kissing him on the cheek.

But nothing to upset Jessica, who is aware that the color will quickly fade. But in the meantime, he will have to be patient: “I can no longer see my eyebrows. Why does she (the beautician, editor’s note) go up with the color up to 2 centimeters above? It drives me crazy, we looks like a Grinch,” she said annoyed. And to add:

The color is dark but I know in two face washes it’s good. But why does it raise the color so far?

She asked herself, before remembering her past as a hairdresser.

Thibault Garcia and Jessica Thivenin with family @Instagram

Post-operative complications?

Like many reality TV candidates before her, Jessica Thivenin has greatly changed her appearance after numerous cosmetic surgery operations. After having her chin and chest redone, the mother of Maylone and Leewane had buttock implants in 2020. But would this last operation be the cause of the pain she complained about a few years ago? days ? : “Small update on my buttocks because everyone told me that I should go to the clinic because it might be an infection”, she explained on January 8th. And to clarify that she did not have “an infection in the buttocks, nor a problem with prostheses”:

I think it’s a muscle problem, a nerve problem that’s stuck. I had had sacral injections with a sports doctor because my pain was lower before. There it is higher. (…) But it’s true that it’s a problem that I didn’t have before getting my buttock prostheses.

She admitted, before informing that she was going to make an appointment with the doctor.

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